OLD BUSINESS, NEW APPROACH
Our family has been growing prize winning apples on the same
piece of land for over 130 years.
Now we're partnering with schools, youth sports clubs and civic organizations to provide a fresh, popular and profitable alternative to traditional fundraising sales.
TASTE THE DIFFERENCE
The key to producing the highest quality apples is good farm management. Our growing practices maximize sun exposure and air circulation around each piece of fruit. All of that Okanagan sunshine results in apples that look gorgeous, taste amazing and contain a higher concentration of polyphenol compounds, which are responsible for all of the wonderful health benefits of apples.
Our Roots Run Deep
We are a 5th generation family farm and the oldest commercial orchard in the Okanagan Valley. Our orchards are located in the heart of Canada's premier fruit growing region and are blessed with rich soils, fresh mountain water and a microclimate that is ideal for growing premium apples.
Award Winning Quality
Our apples were awarded first prize at the National Apple Competition in Toronto each of the eight years we entered them.
In 2019 we were presented the Golden Apple Award as the most outstanding apple grower in British Columbia.
DID YOU KNOW?
In Canada, apples account for about one-fifth of total fresh fruit consumption. The average Canadian consumes about fifty apples per year.
WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET
There aren't any stock images here.
All the photos on this website are from our orchard.
Satisfying To The Core
What better way for your group to earn a healthy profit than with a healthy product?
Fresh apples may not be the first fundraising idea that comes to your mind, but there are several great reasons why it can be hugely successful for you.
“Your apples are the best! All our friends and family love them so much. Can't wait to come back in October to pick up more apples. I am so excited!”
— Constance W., Vancouver, BC
“People just love these apples so much. We're already getting lots of calls wanting to know when they can get some more.”
— Greg G., Kamloops, BC